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van Herk CM. Bark pH and susceptibility to toxic air pollutants as independent causes of changes in epiphytic lichen composition in space and time. Lichenologist. 2001 ;33:419-441.
Van Herk CM, Nimis (E)PL, Scheidegger (E)C, Wolseley PA. Monitoring with Lichens - Monitoring Lichens. In: Nato Sciences . Nato Sciences . Dordrecht: Kluwer; 2002. pp. 285-290.
Van Herk CM, Mathijssen-Spiekman EAM, De Zwart D. Long distance nitrogen air pollution effects on lichens in Europe. Lichenologist. 2003 ;35:347-359.
Van Ginneken I. The effect of zinc oxide on the growth of the unicellular alga Selenastrum capricornutum. Beerse, Belgium: Janssen Pharmaceutica; 1994.
Van Dobben HJ, Wolterbeek HT, Wamelink GWW, Ter Braak CJF. Relationship between epiphytic lichens, trace elements and gaseous atmospheric pollutants. Environmental Pollution. 2001 ;112:163-169.
Van Dobben HJ, Ter Braak CJF, Dirske GM. Undergrowth as a biomonitor for deposition of N and acidity in pine forest. Forest Ecology and Management . 1999 ;114:83-95.
Van Dobben HJ, Ter Braak CJF. Effects of atmospheric NH3 on epiphytic lichens in the Netherlands: the pitfalls of biological monitoring. Atmospheric Environment . 1998 ;32:551-557.
Van Dobben HJ, Ter Braak CJF. Ranking of epiphytic lichen sensitivity to air pollution using survey data: A comparison of indicator scales. Lichenologist. 1999 ;31:27-39.
Van der Wal R, Pearce I, Brooker R, Scott D, Welch D, Woodin S. Interplay between nitrogen deposition and grazing causes habitat degradation. Ecology Letters. 2003 ;6:141-146.
Van der Wal R, Pearce ISK, Brooker RW. Mosses and the struggle for light in a nitrogen-polluted world. Oecologia . 2005 ;142 :159–168.
Van der Hoeven N. Proceedings of the 2nd workshop on sources of variation in ecotoxicological tests with Daphnia magna. Sheffield: University of Sheffield; 1991.
Van Der Heijden E, Verbeek SJ, Kuiper PJC. Elevated atmospheric CO2 and increased nitrogen deposition: effects on C and N metabolism and growth of the peat moss Sphagnum recurvum P. Beauv. var. mucronatum (Russ.) Warnst. . Global Change Biology. 2000 :201-212.
Van der Eerden LJM, Dueck TA, Berdowski JJM, Greven H, van Dobben HF. Influence of HN3 and (HN4)2 SO4 on heathland vegetation. Atic Bot Neerl. 1991 ;40:281-296.
Van der Eerden LJM, de Vries W, van Dobben H. Effects of ammonia deposition on forests in the Netherlands. Atmospheric Environment . 1998 ;32:525-532.
Van Den Berg LJL, Vergeer P, Rich TCG, Smart SM, Guest D, Ashmore MR. Direct and indirect effects of nitrogen deposition on species composition change in calcareous grasslands. Global Change Biology. 2010 ;17:1871-83.
Van Den Berg LJ, Dorland E, Vergeer P, Hart MAC, Bobbink R, Roelofs JG. Decline of acid‐sensitive plant species in heathland can be attributed to ammonium toxicity in combination with low pH. New Phytologist. 2005 ;166(2):551-564.
Van den Berg LJL, Peters CJH, Ashmore MR, Roelofs JGM. Reduced nitrogen has a greater effect than oxidised nitrogen on dry heathland vegetation. Environmental Pollution. 2008 ;154(3):359-369.
Van Breemen N, Finlay R, Lundstrom U, Jongmans AG. Mycorrhizal weathering: A true case of mineral plant nutrition ?. Biogeochemistry. 2000 ;49:53-67.

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